Talkin' Bike Lanes

I_heart_my_bike.jpgJoin the City of San José Department of Transportation (DOT) and your fellow neighbors for a conversation about proposed bicycle‐related street improvements in and around Willow Glen. There will be a public meeting at 6pm on Wednesday, August 13, 2014, at Gardner Community Center, 520 W. Virginia Street.

The following projects will be discussed:

Lincoln Avenue: ADD Bicycle Lanes between Willow Street and San Carlos Street; ADD Shared Lane pavement markings and signing between San Carlos Street and Park Avenue

Scott‐Auzerais: ADD Shared Roadway pavement markings between MacArthur Avenue and Los Gatos Creek Trail

Stockton Avenue: ADD Bicycle Lanes between The Alameda and Emory Street

Julian Street: ADD Bicycle Lanes between The Alameda and Guadalupe River Trail

Park Avenue: ADD new and improve existing Bicycle Lanes from Market Street to the Santa Clara city limits

For additional information, download this flyer or contact John Brazil at (408) 975‐3206 or john.brazil@sanjoseca.gov.

Notes:

  1. Bicycle lanes are on‐street areas for bicycle use designated by painted lane stripes, bicycle pavement markings and signs.
  2. Enhanced bicycle lanes may include green color and a buffer space between bikes and cars.
  3. Shared lanes are designated by Shared Lane pavement markings (sharrows) in the travel lane, and by signs. Bicyclists and motorists share the same space.
  4. Traffic‐actuated traffic signals that do not currently detect bicycles along project corridors will be modified to add bicycle detection.

 

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